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How the 2018 Budget will affect Landlords

How the 2018 Budget will affect Landlords

In the latest 2018 budget, Chancellor Phillip Hammond has restrained from tinkering with landlords’ tax too much. However, for landlords, there are changes. Here is a breakdown of the current 2018 budget lettings relief, capital gains tax, principal resident’s relief, income tax and annual investment allowance. Lettings relief Lettings relief

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Finding the Right Letting Agent

Finding the Right Letting Agent

If you’re a first-time landlord or an experienced landlord wanting to rent out your property but don’t know where to start, read on. Many landlords often just don’t have the time to complete the many details needed when letting their property. This is where letting agents come into their own.

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Labour Seeks Unlimited Fines Against Rogue Landlords Ahead of Commons Votes

Labour Seeks Unlimited Fines Against Rogue Landlords Ahead of Commons Votes

Very informative news for landlords courtesy of the Independent that we feel is essential to share with our readers. Labour is seeking to significantly increase the fines rogue landlords are forced to pay if they rip off tenants. The party wants to amend draft laws to introduce tougher penalties on

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Government Scraps Plans to Introduce Three-year Tenancies

Government Scraps Plans to Introduce Three-year Tenancies

We have recently come across a very informative article on Landlord Today that we would love share. The government appears to have scrapped proposals that will give tenants a minimum three-year contract. According to an article in The Sun yesterday, the Treasury blocked the plans due to concerns that it

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Why Renting to Students Provides the Best Yields for Landlords

Why Renting to Students Provides the Best Yields for Landlords

With student numbers rising all over the UK, landlords can expect to make substantial profits. Recent research has shown that landlords will find better rental yields in UK towns and cities that have a high student population. With more demand for student accommodation, it’s a win win situation for many

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